“Why I Will Forever Be Grateful To Omoni Oboli” – Toyin “Abraham” Aimakhu Celebrates Veteran Actress

Nollywood actress, Toyin Aimakhu,has taken to her newly launched Youtube channel, ToyinAbrahamTV, to reveal that she does not understand the English language as much as she grasps Yoruba..

In an interview uploaded on her channel, the 32-year-old actress, who said she used to hawk plantain chips as a child because of her poor background, thanked Veteran actress Omoni Oboli for helping her and her brand..

She said;

“I can speak Yoruba very well and I can speak English small small. Then I can try to talk like a Calabar girl. When I look at my fans, I wonder what I did to deserve such fans, they are like my family now. I can speak Yoruba well, I understand English but not too well,”

“I have been waiting to share my childhood with people. I grew up from a poor background, we were poor physically not spiritually. I used to sell Ipekere, known as plantain chips in English, in traffic.

“Years back, a friend that we used to hawk together died. We were hawking and she got crushed by a bus but that didn’t stop me from going back to sell a week later because there was nothing we were going to eat.”

The Alakada actress also revealed her bad habit saying;

“There’s nothing I don’t like about myself but I have one bad habit; I love picking my nose. I am getting over it, my team is working on me.

“I want to say thank you to Aunty Omoni Oboli for believing in me and believing in my talent. I noticed that after Okafor’s Law big things started coming my way so Okafor’s Law and Aunty Omoni helped my brand.”

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  • chika bibian

    Beautiful message…. I love the fact she remember and appreciates the person that brought her to limelight… It takes a good heart to appreciate.

  • Kenny D Osonwa


  • comrade segun


  • Mezzy Gilbert

    Good one

  • Ok

  • emekachilaka

    Ok oo

  • Cornel Nwankwo

    Good to know she is aware that no man is an island……as the success of every man revolves around others

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  • Olovo Obinna

    OK…good to know she appreciates those who brought her to limelight